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Xbox One Elite Wireless Controller £100.00 Amazon

£100.00 @ Amazon
There's a lot of people who say the price is too much for this controller, but they are often the people who have not actually used the controller and are just making a pre judgement because of the pr… Read More
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8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago
There's a lot of people who say the price is too much for this controller, but they are often the people who have not actually used the controller and are just making a pre judgement because of the price.

People who have the controller(which I have not) say it is a fantastic controller and worth the price, I rarely see it at under £100 so thought this may be a decent price for anyone interested :)

Update, never noticed the £2.03 delivery but still a decent price
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8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago
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11 Likes
for an extra £80 I could get an Xbox one with a plastic controller
9 Likes
For an extra £25 you can get Battlefield 1 and a £10 Argos voucher with it from Argos.

Edited By: SVRich on Oct 27, 2016 11:15
9 Likes
abdishah
for an extra £80 I could get an Xbox one with a plastic controller

For an extra £120,000 you can buy a Ferrari
6 Likes
heat added. these are great controller's, I've replaced the kids photos with pictures of mine.
6 Likes
SVRich
For an extra £25 you can get Battlefield 1 and a £10 Argos voucher with it from Argos.

i raise you one higher, buy it from Argos for £125 with Battlefield one, take game to CEX and get £32 cash back

Total cost £93 + you get £10 Argos voucher

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#1
Great price heat added best controller ive ever owned
1 Like #2
Plus £2.03 for delivery taking it to an even £100 - maybe spend the extra £1.58 to get Amazon themselves to supply it.
3 Likes #3
I have to agree with OP! This controller comes with free beer! People who says it's expensive, they are the one who normally drink orange juice! X)

P.s heat added!
#4
If anyone's in a rush, it was £104.99 at game instore (well in Wakefield it was) dunno about elsewhere
1 Like #5
I don't know - I have seen a few posts on here from people regretting the purchase. But if it allows you to shoot Crack Wh@res and evil robots faster than what the heck oO
9 Likes #6
For an extra £25 you can get Battlefield 1 and a £10 Argos voucher with it from Argos.

Edited By: SVRich on Oct 27, 2016 11:15
1 Like #7
Try Flubit. Was offered £95.81 (4%) including delivery. You may get a better offer.
11 Likes #8
for an extra £80 I could get an Xbox one with a plastic controller
4 Likes #9
the price is too much for this controller
6 Likes #10
heat added. these are great controller's, I've replaced the kids photos with pictures of mine.
4 Likes #11
The attitude of some people about this makes me laugh, its a quality product and for people play games a fair bit, this is a great purchase.

Apparently a tonne of sweets is fine to buy, or drop 5 to 8 grand on a lease car. Or buy a phone for £300 instead of one that does the exact same for £100, purchases are completely subjective.

Edited By: catbeans on Oct 27, 2016 11:55
6 Likes #12
SVRich
For an extra £25 you can get Battlefield 1 and a £10 Argos voucher with it from Argos.

i raise you one higher, buy it from Argos for £125 with Battlefield one, take game to CEX and get £32 cash back

Total cost £93 + you get £10 Argos voucher
1 Like #13
I paid less for a Neo Geo arcade stick back in the 90's! I love games as much as the next person but £100? get a grip guys X)
3 Likes #14
wez_li
I paid less for a Neo Geo arcade stick back in the 90's! I love games as much as the next person but £100? get a grip guys X)

Well people a free to buy what they want. Why spend £70 on some trainers when you can buy trainers from the supermarket for £20? Why spend nearly £170 on a keyboard when you can get them for £10?

Although having said I am the kind of person who paid £100 for the Fallout Pipboy edition but would not pay a premium for a white t-shirt with a brand across the middle.



Edited By: SVRich on Oct 27, 2016 12:45
2 Likes #15
mixmixi
I have to agree with OP! This controller comes with free beer! People who says it's expensive, they are the one who normally drink orange juice! X)

P.s heat added!


Heat just for the beer comment
9 Likes #16
abdishah
for an extra £80 I could get an Xbox one with a plastic controller

For an extra £120,000 you can buy a Ferrari
#17
heat good price.

Tips for new elite controller options... Regulary clean it and take care of it as it can be fragile.
banned#18
Ok. So what's it do that the normal one doesn't?
1 Like #19
john767676
abdishah
for an extra £80 I could get an Xbox one with a plastic controller
For an extra £120,000 you can buy a Ferrari

Not a new Ferrari. You should compare like for like.
6 Likes #20
Can't believe this still requires AA batteries.
1 Like #21
Its even cheaper on amazon warehouse with 20% extra off if you have a student account
#22
isnt the argos deal way better than this.
#23
Will this work with a Window PC with just a bluetooth adaptor like new white controller?

Built in battery?

*Now £101.58


Edited By: daBluone on Oct 27, 2016 13:40
2 Likes #24
Its the best controller and I wouldn't be without mine!

Negative comments are from those who don't have one - cheapskates!
#25
MrScotchBonnet
Ok. So what's it do that the normal one doesn't?

The controller has a switch so you can have two different button configurations.
-Each button is completely remappable
-You can change the responsive curve of the analogue sticks
-You can shorten the travel of the triggers
-There are four finger triggers on the back that you can map to any button you want. (So for me I have a finger trigger mapped to the flare button and another to the spot button in Battlefield 4 and makes flying helicopters that bit easier)
-It comes with interchangeable analogue sticks and D-Pads
#26
Zuulan
Can't believe this still requires AA batteries.

Why is that a bad thing? My rechargeable batteries ran out mid game and then I popped in some alkaline that I typically use for the thermostat.
#27
CardboardCutout
Zuulan
Can't believe this still requires AA batteries.
Why is that a bad thing? My rechargeable batteries ran out mid game and then I popped in some alkaline that I typically use for the thermostat.

After a session of gaming being able to place a controller on a charging dock is a much easier way to manage power then having to charge and replace AA batteries.
1 Like #28
daBluone
CardboardCutout
Zuulan
Can't believe this still requires AA batteries.
Why is that a bad thing? My rechargeable batteries ran out mid game and then I popped in some alkaline that I typically use for the thermostat.
After a session of gaming being able to place a controller on a charging dock is a much easier way to manage power then having to charge and replace AA batteries.

There are batteries and docks for the standard controllers that would probably work with this the advantage with batteries is that at least you can change them mid session if you need to. I have two DS4s and a dock and the amount of times my son has played games and not put the controller back on the dock and the pad has been nearly flat, if I didn't have the second pad I would have to fart about with a cable and I don't have one that is long enough at the moment. For my XB1/360 I have a few sets of Eneloop batteries in a case and kind of rotate them between pad box and charger, I have got enough sets that I can forget to charge a couple and it won't matter straight away. The have a much better capacity than the PS4 pads too.
#29
I could get a decent mechanical keyboard and mouse for that price.
#30
silkyskills
I could get a decent mechanical keyboard and mouse for that price.

awesome for you but i cant use K/B and mouse to game as im used to control pads. i did try for a long time as everyone said id get it. all i got was slaughtered and frustrated in every game. i have an elite controller and i use it on xbox one and pc , its a great controller if you are thinking of getting one this is a great price. dont forget as some one else mentioned £124.99 with battlefield 1 (disc can be kept or traded to cex for £32 cash m £36 voucher) and a £10 argos voucher. getting one for son for christmas will probs do the argos deal and trade in the game as have it digitally.

heat added
#31
Waiting for the 100 to be beaten, January sales hopefully
#32
From a serious stand point, are they well worth the £100? Still rocking a launch day controller I use daily on my PC/X1 but love the look of these. Do want the Gears one although the extra £60 for it is a bit much to swallow X)
2 Likes #33
Zuulan
Can't believe this still requires AA batteries.

Thank God these controllers and the Steam controllers use AA batteries. I just cycle between two sets and always have a set charged and ready to pop in. When the batteries quit I can pop them out and have a new set installed in about 30 seconds. That's quicker than I'd probably be able to plug the thing in with a cable.

And I stay wireless. All the time. I can see the attraction of controllers with built-in batteries if you're a parent getting a console for the kids because not having to keep track of rechargeable batteries is one less thing to worry about, but if you're a reasonably sensible and organised adult the benefits of quickly replaceable AA batteries are massive. Built-in batteries also have much smaller capacities, whereas a couple of good AA batteries will have at least double the charge and thus need changed/charged much less frequently.

What annoys me most is the sneering manner in which people use the word 'still'. Like using AA batteries is in some way outmoded and that Microsoft should just 'get with the times'. Using these batteries is not outdated. It's a choice that I am glad Microsoft and Valve made with their respective controllers and I very much hope they continue to.

Edited By: PurplePerson on Oct 27, 2016 14:38
#34
billysablo
silkyskills
I could get a decent mechanical keyboard and mouse for that price.
awesome for you but i cant use K/B and mouse to game as im used to control pads. i did try for a long time as everyone said id get it. all i got was slaughtered and frustrated in every game. i have an elite controller and i use it on xbox one and pc , its a great controller if you are thinking of getting one this is a great price. dont forget as some one else mentioned £124.99 with battlefield 1 (disc can be kept or traded to cex for £32 cash m £36 voucher) and a £10 argos voucher. getting one for son for christmas will probs do the argos deal and trade in the game as have it digitally.
heat added
Now that is seriously tempting. Was going to hold out til my staff discount hits 20% just before Christmas to pick up BF1 but £25 for the game... dilemmas X)

Edit: Also its available for buy and collect now by me...

Edited By: slayermatt on Oct 27, 2016 14:48: Spelling/More info
1 Like #35
everyone to their own , but a £100 for a controller is a bit high , no wonder microsoft are worth billions , yet when you look at the price of a normal controller then this is double the price well just over double , but if it helps people with their gaming experience then who are we to knock it good luck if you can afford it and get some fun out of it , myself personally i think microsoft are just making more money on something they should gove with the consoles
1 Like #36
Zuulan
Can't believe this still requires AA batteries.
Thank god it doesn't to be honest. My PS4 controllers are always going on charge after 5 or 6 hours play whereas the Microsoft ones last 20-30 hours easily on 2 AA's
2 Likes #37
chrisvenn
Great price heat added best controller ive ever owned
for a hundred quid it bloody well should be!
1 Like #38
Id love to know the profit margin on these!
1 Like #39
anyone using this pad with the PS4? and a titan one?

also, this deal (£100) is marketplace seller....... not amazon

Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Oct 27, 2016 16:44: a
#40
Ridiculous. Cold.

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